Administrative Assistant: Lucia Horton
Specialty Areas: Women’s Health, LGBT Health, Advocacy
Chronology: BA: UNC Chapel Hill, 2009; MD: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University 2013; Internal Medicine Residency: Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University, 2013-2016; Chief Resident: Brown University, 2016-2017; Assistant Professor: University of North Carolina, 2017-present.
Dr. Kimel Scott’s clinical interests include Women’s Health, LGBT Health, Advocacy and Education of Residents and Medical Students
Personal Statement: I am so happy to be back home in North Carolina. I went into primary care to have long term relationships with patients, to treat them as a person not just a disease. My goal in each visit is to have a plan that achieves the patients’ goals of health.
Recognitions and Honors:
2013 – East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine AOA Election
2018 – Fellow of the American College of Physicians